Updated: Jul 25, 2019
This time I will show you how to create quick and easy industrial box. For my project I’m using 16x 16 x7cm wooden box.
First step was to apply modeling paste through stencils on the lid and on the front. Then, using strong craft glue I’ve added bolt heads and washer on each corner of the box and small cogs on the front. Make sure the glued elements and modeling paste are fully dry before applying black chalky finish or acrylic paint, then rub on a candle stick over the stencilled areas.
Before adding a coat of grey chalky paint I’ve used weathered wood medium in random places on each side of the box.
Next, using medium grade sanding paper I’ve lightly sanded bolts and stencilled areas revealing black paint underneath.
Washes of Fluid Acrylics in Paynes Grey ,Quinacridone Gold and Red Oxide helped me achive rusty look around the edges and bolts.
Then I’ve stamped the background using waterproof ink pad and my favourite collection of Tech Trauma and Steampunk stamps.
As a last step I’ve used matt varnish for ultimate vintage look.
Thank You for stopping by, I hope You like my project.
*this post was originally created for ANDY SKINNER